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Five things we learnt in employment law this week (2 November...

  Under the NHS Violence Reduction Strategy, which was announced this week, nurses and doctors will be given better protection, as statistics show that...

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (1 June...

A trade union has been found vicariously liable for the discriminatory conduct of two of its workplace union officials (Unite the Union v...

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (20 April...

A former employee of Tesco has failed in an unfair dismissal claim after the Tribunal found that the employer held a reasonable investigation...

Employees don’t ask for pay rises as companies ‘can’t justify it’

Most private sector workers are still not pushing for pay rises, despite years of falling real wages and low unemployment. Almost four in ten companies...

Low pay Britain is ‘dire for social mobility’ says new report

Low pay is endemic in the UK and people struggle to escape poorly paid jobs, a new report by the Social Mobility Commission reveals...

How can employers meet the recruitment challenges of the Brexit era?

How can employers rise to the challenge of recruiting a diverse and talented workforce, while there is still so much uncertainty around Brexit? Liz...

Are you underpaid? New Government campaign aims to raise lowest paid...

Are tips counted as part of your pay? You could be underpaid. Don’t get paid for work travel? You could be underpaid. These are some...

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (17 February...

The Equality and Human Rights Commissions has confirmed that it accepts the government's view that a company's failure to comply with the requirement...

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (2 February...

Public sector exit payments have been capped at £95,000 with effect from 1 February 2017. 2. ACAS has published guidance for employers on the...

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (2 December)

A Spanish police force has successfully justified setting a maximum age of 35 for new recruits, on the basis of physical capability and the...